Individual coaching and support
As a qualified and experienced practitioner, I understand that grief and loss are unique experiences and can raise all sorts of conflicting feelings. At these times it can be helpful to have a confidential, supportive space to think things through. Coaching uses counselling techniques, helping you to draw from your strengths in planning for your future. As an experienced practitioner, I can offer one to one support, online or face to face, to help you explore your experiences and take the next steps in your life.
There are many ways in which I can offer consultancy to your group, or organisation. Some suggestions are offered below, but please contact me to discuss your specific needs:
- Team building after bereavement and loss, particularly in the context of COVID-19
- Authoring, or reviewing training, policy, grant applications, or other written materials
- Reviewing existing processes; designing new policy and procedure; facilitating focus groups; or undertaking research
- Ongoing mentoring, or coaching of staff or management groups
- Quality assurance of bereavement materials
- Developing a Bereavement Charter; Agreement, or policy
- Volunteer training
I am an experienced PhD thesis and Dissertation supervisor, as well as an External Examiner. I am also Associate Editor for Continuing Professional Practice for a leading multi-disciplinary journal and have served on the Editorial Board, and as a reviewer for multi-disciplinary and Social Work journals. I can offer independent supervision, proof-reading and guidance with academic writing and study skills.